Beatriz Sofía Rosado Cedeño
Photo taken just before a press interview in the newspaper El Telégrafo
|Born||December 27, 1988|
|Instruments||Voice, harp, piano, cello.|
Sofía Rosado (Guayaquil, December 27, 1988) is an Ecuadorian singer.
She studied singing with Elina Manzano de Félix, piano with Giovanni Molina Ortiz at the Antonio Neumane National Conservatory of Music in Guayaquil and harp with Ernesto Guerra Muñoz at the Julio Jaramillo Folk Music Museum.
She has sung professionally since he was 15 years old, in 2016 she sang in the Chamber Orchestra of the Municipal Museum of Guayaquil. She was a member of the Choir of the Guayaquil Symphony Orchestra and of the Beatriz Parra Foundation; her first presentations in lyrical productions were the zarzuelas La del Soto del Parral and Luisa Fernanda. In 2017 she participated in the opera La Traviata. She is also a dancer of Ballet and Salsa.
Rosado is a lyric soprano.
- El Universo (2018). "Sofía Rosado es una soprano polifacética" (published 8 de marzo de2018). p. 11. Check date values in:
- La, Revista (9 de julio de 2017). "Social pressure and love in 'La Traviata'". p. 25. Check date values in:
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- El Telégrafo (2018). "Sofía Rosado desafía al ritmo y el pentagrama con destreza". p. 11.
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